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Oct 3, 2012 6:00pm EDT
administration, paul ryan seized on the remarks as an admission of failure. this is deadly earnest. how they can justify, how can they justify raising taxes on the middle class? the middle-class has been buried last four years. how, in lord's name, can they justify raising taxes? >> vice-president biden today said that the middle-class over the last of we or years has been buried. we agree. that means we need to stop digging, which means we have to collect mitt romney as president of the united states. >> meanwhile, paul ryan has appeared in videos online. in a speech delivered last november, he said 30% of americans want to live off the government. today, 70% of americans get more benefit from the federal government and a payback in taxes. you could argue we are already passed a tipping point. the good news is, survey after survey, poll after poll, still shows we are a center-right country. 70% of americans won the american dream. only 30% want the welfare state. what that tells us is, at least half of those people currently in that category are there not of their wish or will. >> new video
Oct 1, 2012 8:00am PDT
setting up lots of different choices for you guys to do. i think ryan-osaurus is ready to go make a choice at station time. and victoria-saurus is ready to go make a choice. zaria-saurus can go make a choice at a station. hendrick: it's wonderful when we can count on children to do the right thing because they want to, not because they have to. one of the best ways to make this happen is to provide as many opportunities as possible for youngsters to make their own choices and decisions. we have to keep in mind that whenever we give a child a choice, we should be prepared to honor their decision. so, we better think carefully before we offer one. boy: i got to go there, david. woman: "excuse me" is the word we say, and then we ask the person to move. "excuse me" is a way of letting them know you need to be in that space. you don't need to push them away. boy: i hate this! this ain't working. woman: if you want to make another choice, there's other stations open. uh-uh, uh-uh, uh-uh. hendrick: how many times have we caught ourselves asking no-win questions, such as "would you like," o
Oct 4, 2012 6:00pm EDT
budget proposals that both obama and romney-ryan, points out that they are both aiming is essentially for the same targets. they're both aiming for social security to be about 5% of gdp some years down the line whether it is four or eight years, and on medicare, they are both aiming for medicare to be reduced about 2.2% of gdp. whilescenarios, they both have e same targets. obama himself is looking to cut not security discretionary expenditures, things that cover education and housing and job training, also looking to cut that nearly in half according to his own budget figures, down to about 1.8% of gdp. on social security, obama is already calling for some cuts, basically to the cost of living reimbursements. heads up about what is one happen after the election. you'll see the walk differ from the talk. medicare, it is true there but proposing the same changes. again, a sign that things are not really differ between these two corporate-sponsored candidates. they're both proposing about $700 billion in medicare cuts. for social security, we simply need to raise the cap on it. it will
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